This happened to me within the first month of note 8 being released. Should I be worried that the warranty replacement only being less than one month old when I got it, is susceptible to the same issue? I've had the replacment device for a few months now, think I fully died once, and it powered back up just fine.
I had the same thing happen when I accidentally let my phone drain to nothing. It happened about three weeks after the release date. I sent it back to Verizon and got a replacement phone. It has worked fine ever since. Tried everything I could think of different charger , trickle charger, left it on charger no avail.
This has happened to me twice on my S8+. First time it took 1.5 hours on a charger for it to revive and the second time was even more scarier at 3 hours of trying to get it to work. Mine is a launch S8+, should I contact Samsung for a replacement?
Yesterday I just happened to read the article at https://www.androidauthority.com/samsung-galaxy-note-8-battery-problem-dead-charge-825899/ that showed up in my Google Now news feed and found it interesting. Then this morning my wife told me her phone wouldn't charge last night and she thought something was wrong with her charger. She has an S8 and I have the S8+ so I put her phone on my charger and no lights come on or anything. Apparently she inadvertently allowed her S8 to go to 0% charge and now it won't take a charge. Has anyone heard of this happening to an S8? I'll probably be reaching out to Sprint soon.
I've had it happen to my note 5 is just stop working and wouldn't charge wouldn't do anything so I bought a new phone. About 3 weeks later I woke up one morning too my alarm going off, the phone was on again. I couldn't explain or understand why but it still works perfectly
I just got one 2 weeks ago from AT&T and really like the phone. However if I',m going to have a brick in a few months I want the asurance of being able to go into AT&T and get a new phone, not a refurb. Samsung would be out of there mind if they think it is normal, ever hear of the lemon law.
I'm not saying that's what's going to happen. I'm just saying that is either AT&T or Samsung tries to offer me a refurbished item I won't except it. I expected a brand new phone as a replacemt if it comes to that. I've had companies do that to me before and it's just not right.
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